Sleep Deprivation Costs Billions Each Year

Sleep-deprived workers are costing the U.K. economy £40 billion a year, because of lowered productivity and work absences, BBC.com reports. Additionally, those sleeping less than six hours a night were found 13 percent more likely to die earlier than those sleeping seven to nine hours. The same report showed that sleep deprivation costs the U.S. economy $411 billion a year, and 1.2 million missed working days. Interestingly, the researchers “called on employers to discourage...

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